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Like many of us during this heatwave, Victoria Beckham has decided to go foundation-free.
The former Spice Girl has shown a rare glimpse at her natural complexion, showing off a scattering of freckles in a new Instagram photo that was captioned: “Foundation-free Fridays!”
Instead of foundation, VB applied Cell Rejuvenating Priming Moisturiser in the shade Golden, which as the name suggests, gave her a summer-ready glow.
The Golden Cell Rejuvenating Priming Moisturiser was created in partnership with skincare expert Dr. Augustinus Bader, and is one of the newest additions to VB’s skincare and beauty line, Victoria Beckham Beauty.
The product claims to promote quick cell turnover, which is what leaves the skin glowing and radiant.
The formula contains natural extracts, including Black Tea Ferment and Papaya Enzymes, as well as amino acids and vitamins, which boost the skin’s brightness.
The addition of micro algae extract targets any fine lines, or wrinkles, and tightens the skin for a more youthful complexion. While the insertion of avocado oil is what hydrates the skin.
The Priming Moisturiser is available to buy in two sizes, a 30ml and 50ml, and retail for £92 or £140 respectively on Net-A-Porter.
Last month Beckham posted a tutorial on her Instagram showing off the new product, saying: “It gives the most amazing shine and glow on your face.”
She added: “I’m obsessed with the golden glow, it’s everything, my favourite product.”
Beckham isn’t the only celebrity to show off her freckled complexion during lockdown.
Lady Gaga posted a make-up free selfie back in June, meanwhile, Kylie Jenner embraced her natural complexion in a selfie back in April.